Recognizing and Responding to Children’s Grief

Wednesday, April 28, 7:00–8:00 p.m. (EDT)

We’re living in a time of unprecedented communal grief and children are not immune. But children’s grief doesn’t always look the same as adult grief. In this webinar, experts will discuss some of the ways children’s grief can manifest and provide guidance on how to respond and support grieving children. They’ll also address how misidentifying a grief response can negatively impact children—especially those from marginalized populations. Qualifies for Pennsylvania Act 48 continuing education hours.

This webinar is a collaboration between two WPSU initiatives: Speaking Grief, which was created with philanthropic support from the New York Life Foundation, and Learning at Home, which is funded by a Governor’s Emergency Education Relief (GEER) grant.


Panel Discussion

Moderator

vicki jay
Vicki Jay
Chief executive officer of the National Alliance for Grieving Children

Panel

Tashel Bordere
Dr. Tashel Bordere
Assistant professor in the Department of Human Development and Family Science at the University of Missouri-Columbia

Micki Burns
Dr. Micki Burns
Chief clinical officer at Judi’s House/JAG Institute

Kevin Carter
Kevin Carter
Clinical director of the Uplift Center for Grieving Children


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